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7 Ways to Celebrate Champagne Day 2017

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Champagne Bureau USA director Jennifer Hall has some tips
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It is one of my favorite days of the year. The day when wine enthusiasts around the globe raise a glass to the quintessential wine of celebration, good cheer and toasts everywhere: Champagne. The eighth annual Champagne Day takes place on October 20, 2017. It’s a social media event made possible by YOU!

Not sure how to join in on the festivities? Here are some tips to celebrate this unique sparkling wine that only comes from Champagne, France.

Pop a Bottle
Simply pop open a bottle of Champagne and enjoy a glass with the people who make your life special.

Host Friends
Invite friends and family over for a Champagne tasting. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get together and taste multiple wines side-by-side.

Organize a Game Night
Organize a Champagne trivia night in your home or at your favorite wine bar. Go to Champagne Campus to find sample questions to ask as you enjoy Champagne.

Go Out
Keep an eye out for events taking place at your local retailers, bars and restaurants. Check out the official Champagne Day webpage. If you know of an event but it isn’t listed, send the details to contact@champagne.us and it will be added.

Send a Message
Send a special Champagne Day message to all your friends and family. Simply click here to sign up.

Enter the Champagne Day Contest
You could have a chance to win $250 gift certificate for all your Champagne Day needs. For details and how to enter, check out the official Champagne Day contest rules.

Share Your Photos, Videos and Experiences on Social Media
Be sure to add #ChampagneDay and tag the Champagne Bureau on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Whatever you do to celebrate #ChampagneDay, make sure it is fun, safe and remember that Champagne only comes from Champagne.

Jennifer Hall is the director of the Champagne Bureau, USA, the official U.S. representative of the Comité Champagne, a trade association which represents all the grape growers and houses of Champagne, France.

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